Queue Up Your Content And Become A Media DJ With The New Nexus Q
Anyone remember Project Tungsten? It finally rounded off its corners and became what we now know as Nexus Q. The Nexus Q is the world’s first social streaming media player that allows you to become a media DJ when in the presence of the Q.
The Nexus Q allows you to stream your favorite media from the cloud to the biggest speakers and screen in the house (or smallest if you’re a micro kind of guy/gal). The Q has a sleek design and deviates from the typical black box of media streaming devices we’re used to seeing. Its circular design and 32 LEDs add style and color to your media experience.
Stream your favorite music, movies, or YouTube videos without having to download, sync, or worry about running out of space. The only wires you’ll need are the ones you’ll be using to pump out state-of-the-art audio and visuals thanks to an audiophile-grade amplifier and the following ports:
- Micro HDMI (Type D)
- TOSLink Optical audio (S/PDIF)
- 10/100BASE-T Ethernet (RJ45)
- Micro AB USB (for service and support)
- Banana jack speaker outputs
The Nexus Q runs on its own OMAP4460 (dual ARM Cortex-A9 CPUs and SGX540 GPU), Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and features:
- 1GB LPDDR RAM
- 16GB NAND flash memory
- Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n
- and more!
The Nexus Q allows anyone with a supporting device and a connection to your WiFi network to take over and play DJ until you finally cut them off by shutting off guest mode. The best part: it allows friends and family to get together and enjoy a good movie or listen to an eclectic mix of music without the usual hassles included with sharing digital media across multiple, “non-authorized” devices.
The Nexus Q is available for pre-order and will cost $299. For more information, check out the videos below and then hit up the source link.
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